Russia and the United States They have made a busy relationship very ugly and, above all, for decades. The two powers face a face competition in different areas, and only one of these "playing fields" is investigated. Now, Russia has stated that it will make sure the United States went to its moon.
The Cold War was war on many sides between the United States and Russia, one of which was the race race. The United States and Russia competed for giving space to the place and, after the Russian protesters were launched from the planet, the United States surprised the world by landing Apollo 11 in 1969.
Niall Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins, first people who made the signal on its & # 39; moon, literally, but also planted seed one of the most humanitarian enterprises. Was it a real person in the moon?
It is said to have been a montage of everything and Stanley Kubrick, 2001 director: Odyssey in Space, record the order on a set of films. It is the fact that we did not go back to the Moon because we've gone away and how it's really expensive … and there is another open face, such as Mars. fuel.
Now, Russia and the United States are not there Better relationships with NASA and Roscosmos are more responsible (both space groups). The United States is responsible for bringing astronauts to the International Spa Center, but from the summer events, Americans have asked Musk and SpaceX to cut friendship with Russia .
Now, in a recent interview, Dmitry Rogozin, Roscosmos's director, stated that they will Promoting actions to see what Armstrong left to sign on the satellite.
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Everything seems to be a joke, but they understand how they spend them in a & # 39; That group is possible we will see a Russian boat with strikers; go to the Moon. For your physical language, Rogozin seems to sing, but not the first time; there, even in a big tone, that's Russia expects that the United States came to its moon.
However, it seems that we have forgotten the moon, because there is a much more attractive target: Mars.